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Recommandé : 8 weeks. Estimated (average) load: 4 hours/week without the processor - 6 hours/week, full course...
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Sous-titres : Anglais

Compétences que vous acquerrez

Digital DesignDigital Circuit DesignBoolean AlgebraProcessor Design
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Dates limites flexibles

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Niveau intermédiaire

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Approx. 24 heures pour terminer

Recommandé : 8 weeks. Estimated (average) load: 4 hours/week without the processor - 6 hours/week, full course...
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Programme du cours : ce que vous apprendrez dans ce cours

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1
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2 heures pour terminer

All you need to know to start the course

<b><font size=4 color=#B22222><b>Click on "v More" to read the purpose of this module</b></font></b> <br/><br/>We have collected here everything you need to know before starting the course. <br/><br/>This week is divided into three sections: <br/><ul><li>The first is the one you're reading about now and includes a number of general explanations about how the course will run and about the virtual machine you should install on your computer to answer the different quizzes . </li><li>The second (<i><b>Previous knowledge: A review</i></b>) presents a series of tests you can use to check your level of knowledge about numbering systems and the use of pseudocode to describe algorithms. </li><li>The third block contains the first real topic of the course: <i><b>What Digital Systems are?</b></i></li></ul>...
Reading
1 vidéo (Total 2 min), 9 lectures
Video1 vidéo
Reading9 lectures
Course Organization10 min
Syllabus and bibliography10 min
Grading policy10 min
Certification10 min
FAQs10 min
About the forums10 min
README10 min
How to install the virtual machine (VM)10 min
FAQs about installing the VM10 min
Heures pour terminer
2 heures pour terminer

Previous knowledge: A review

<b>Check your knowledge about binary and hexadecimal numbering systems, and the description of algorithms using a pseudocode</b>...
Reading
2 vidéos (Total 36 min), 2 lectures, 2 quiz
Video2 vidéos
L0.2. Algorithm representation in pseudocode17 min
Reading2 lectures
Table of contents10 min
PDF file10 min
Quiz2 exercices pour s'entraîner
Practical quiz 0.1: Numeration systems20 min
Practice quiz 0.2 - Pseudocode14 min
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2 heures pour terminer

What Digital Systems are?

<b><font size=4 color=#B22222><b>Click on "v More" to read the purpose of this module</b></font> </b> <br/><br/>This module is an introduction to Digital Systems. Here you will find:<ol><li>A set of videos_L covering issue 1 and the corresponding exercises, </li><li>Two videos_P introducing the processor that we will design along the course, and</li><li>Some video-based explanations; a wiki and some FAQs about how VerilUOC_Desktop tool functions.<br/> You will have to use VerilUOC_Desktop in the next module</li></ol> Read the "Lesson Index" in the "Index and PDF files" section and the "README" in the VerilUOC_Desktop section for more information....
Reading
5 vidéos (Total 71 min), 3 lectures, 2 quiz
Video5 vidéos
L1.2 Digital system description 10 min
L1.3 Digital electronic systems16 min
P1.1. Processor: Specification 12 min
P1.2. Examples of Programs 19 min
Reading3 lectures
Lesson index10 min
PDF files10 min
Solved exercises10 min
Quiz2 exercices pour s'entraîner
Practice quiz 18 min
Graded quiz 116 min
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2
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3 heures pour terminer

Combinational Circuits (I)

<b><font size=4 color=#B22222><b>Click on "v More" to read the purpose of this module</b></font> </b> <br/><br/>This module introduces combinational circuits, logic gates and boolean algebra, all of them items necessary to design simple combinational circuits.<br/> Read the "Index of lessons" for more information. <br/><br/><b>To solve the exercises in this module you will need to use VerilUOC_Desktop. Look at the module "VerilUOC_Desktop tools" to learn how to use it.</b>...
Reading
5 vidéos (Total 101 min), 3 lectures, 2 quiz
Video5 vidéos
L2.2. Boolean Algebra26 min
L2.3. NAND, NOR, XOR, NXOR, TRI-STATE27 min
P2.1. Functional specification 12 min
P2.2. Structural specification 11 min
Reading3 lectures
Lesson index10 min
PDF files10 min
Solved exercises10 min
Quiz2 exercices pour s'entraîner
Practice quiz 212 min
Graded quiz 216 min
Heures pour terminer
1 heure pour terminer

VerilUOC_Desktop tools

<b><font size=4 color=#B22222><b>Click on "v More" to read the purpose of this module</b></font> </b><br/><br/>From this week you will need to use VerilUOC_Desktop to do some of the exercises in the quizzes. VerilUOC_Desktop is a software package based on Logisim, enhanced with a number of modules to enable:<ul><li>Enter Boolean equations (BoolMin),</li><li>Enter digital circuits and check them according the problem statement (VerilCirc), and</li><li>Enter chronograms (time-charts) and check that they are correct (VerilChart).</li></ul>This section contains two videos explaining how these three tools work. By now you only need to use VerilCirc and BoolMin, so if you are pushed for time, you might postpone VerilChart for later. Obviously, it is impossible to cover in these two videos all eventualities you can find while working with VerilUOC_Desktop tools. In case of doubt, look at the VerilUOC_Desktop wiki, look at the FAQs or post your problems in the forums. There are specific forums for VerilCirc, BoolMin and VerilChart....
Reading
2 vidéos (Total 33 min), 3 lectures
Video2 vidéos
Introduction to VerilUOC_Desktop (II). BoolMin and VerilChart12 min
Reading3 lectures
Table of contents10 min
VerilUOC_desktop wiki10 min
VerilUOC_desktop FAQs10 min
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3
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2 heures pour terminer

Combinational circuits (II)

<b><font size=4 color=#B22222><b>Click on "v More" to read the purpose of this module</b></font> </b> <br/><br/>We continue the study of combinational circuits. While in the previous module we were working on the classical design techniques of combinational circuits, this one is focused on other issues such as a brief introduction to computer aided design tools (CAD tools), or the direct synthesis of combinational circuits from its algorithmic description.<br/> Read the "Lesson index" for more information. <br><br/><b>To solve the exercises in this module VerilUOC_Desktop is needed. </b>Remember that the "VerilUOC_Desktop" section in module 2 contains all the information you need about this tool....
Reading
5 vidéos (Total 84 min), 3 lectures, 2 quiz
Video5 vidéos
L3.2. Propagation time14 min
L3.3. Other logic blocks24 min
L3.4. Programming language structures 14 min
P3.1. Structural specification (continuation) 9 min
Reading3 lectures
Lesson index10 min
PDF files10 min
Solved exercises10 min
Quiz2 exercices pour s'entraîner
Practice quiz 312 min
Graded quiz 316 min
Semaine
4
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4 heures pour terminer

Arithmetic components + Introduction to VHDL

<b><font size=4 color=#B22222><b>Click on "v More" to read the purpose of this module</b></font> </b><br/><br/>Arithmetic circuits are an essential part of many digital circuits and thus deserve a particular treatment. <ul><li> The first part of this module presents some implementations of the basic arithmetic operations. Only operations with naturals (non-negative integers) are considered. </li><li>The second part of this module introduces the basics of VHDL with the goal of providing enough knowledge to understand its usage throughout this course and start developing basic hardware models.</li></ul>...
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10 vidéos (Total 167 min), 9 lectures, 1 quiz
Video10 vidéos
Lecture 4.2 (1outof2): Introduction to VHDL - Lexicon, syntax and structure8 min
Lecture 4.2 (2outof2): Introduction to VHDL - Lexicon, syntax and structure12 min
Lecture 4.3 (1outof2): Introduction to VHDL - Sequential sentences10 min
Lecture 4.3 (2outof2): Introduction to VHDL - Sequential sentences12 min
Lecture 4.4 (1outof2): Introduction to VHDL - Concurrent sentences12 min
Lecture 4.4 (2outof2): Introduction to VHDL - Concurrent sentences8 min
L4.2 Short introduction to VHDL I (OLD VERSION)22 min
L4.3 Short introduction to VHDL II (OLD VERSION)18 min
L4.4 Short introduction VHDL III (OLD VERSION)32 min
Reading9 lectures
IMPORTANT - README10 min
Lesson index10 min
PDF files10 min
Lesson index (OLD VERSION)10 min
PDF files (OLD VERSION)10 min
IMPORTANT - README10 min
No lecture about the processor in this module . Next video will be P5.1.10 min
About the exercises (README)10 min
Solved exercises - Arithmetic circuits10 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Practice quiz 410 min
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par VSFeb 2nd 2018

excellent video lectures combined with a awesome assignment questions which are more about applications oriented.An excellent and must learn course for all ece students.

par NNJun 23rd 2017

The Course is interesting and the assignments are challenging which allows the learners to gain great insight into the digital system design.

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Elena Valderrama

Professor
Departamento de Microelectrónica y Sistemas Electrónicos. UAB.
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Lluis Terés

Professor
Centro Nacional de Microelectrónica del CSIC
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Merce Rullan

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Departamento de Microelectrónica y Sistemas Electrónicos. UAB.
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Joaquín Saiz Alcaine

Ingeniero Informático
Departamento de Microelectrónica y Sistemas Electrónicos. UAB.
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David Bañeres

Profesor Agregado
Estudios de Informática, Multimedia y Telecomunicación. UOC.
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Juan Antonio Martínez

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APSI - UAB

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